Stalking is a series of actions that puts another person in fear.

Being followed, or receiving threatening phone calls, emails or text messages is frightening. Stalking is obsessive or unwanted attention that makes a victim feel constantly pursued and afraid. Community Safety Network can help stop the harassment.

Stalking can be unpredictable and dangerous. A stalker can be a friend or a stranger, although most often some relationship exists. If allowed to continue unchecked, stalking can become violent over time.

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